Amazon Canada Amazon.ca Deal of the Day: Acer 14" Chromebook with Intel Celeron Processor, 4GB RAM, 32GB eMMC $299.99 (regularly $394.99) Get an Acer 14" Chromebook for $300!

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Go laptop shopping at Amazon.ca, because you can get an Acer 14" Chromebook for $299.99 (regularly $394.99) with free shipping for today's deal of the day, for a total savings of $95.00!

Ideal for lighter tasks like video streaming, today's deal of the day price matches a historical low for this laptop, which features an aluminum construction and full 1080p IPS display. Other product specs include:

  • Intel Celeron quad-core processor at up to 2.24GHz
  • 4GB RAM with 32GB eMMC internal storage
  • 14" 1080p Full HD Widescreen IPS display
  • Google Chrome OS pre-installed

Don't hesitate, as this offer is available today only, September 11. Amazon.ca offers free shipping for all Prime members or on orders over $35.00 for those who aren't members.

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    • Might as well take the HP Stream 14 for $199.
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    • Before people get upset you might want to atleast link the product.
      Bonus points for removing warm? From the title
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    • newcan wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2019 8:01 am
      Before people get upset you might want to atleast link the product.
      Bonus points for removing warm? From the title
      Probably this one:

      Acer Canada NX.GC2AA.007 Chromebook 14, Aluminum, 14" Full HD, Intel Celeron N3160, 4GB LPDDR3, 32GB, Chrome, CB3-431-C5FM, Sparkly Silver https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01CVOLVPA/ref ... EDbJR3DX39
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    • The HP stream for 199$ is WAY better since you can go windows, android or linux (arch?) on it and it's the n400 people were saying
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    • Kind of an odd decision on Acer's part to omit a SD card reader. Otherwise it would be a good buy.
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    • If you're in the market for a Chromebook then I'd go with the Lenovo S330 for $249, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage and 1080p FHD (1920 x 1080) Screen

      Only downside is the processor but it's a Chromebook so the use case for it is different...

      https://www.amazon.ca/Lenovo-Chromebook ... B07GLV1VC7
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    • Dark0rb wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2019 8:42 am
      Kind of an odd decision on Acer's part to omit a SD card reader. Otherwise it would be a good buy.
      Apparently it does have one (according to answered questions)
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    • does it charge with USB-C? would be great if I can charge in my car while traveling
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    • Leshaundon wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2019 8:38 am
      The HP stream for 199$ is WAY better since you can go windows, android or linux (arch?) on it and it's the n400 people were saying
      Thanks, but for Windows, my 10 year old 2nd gen i5 Acer S3 is probably as good if not better (it's just the screen that sux).

      And I don't have the patience for Linux, my tinkering days are over.
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    • I would definitely want a touch screen on a Chromebook. Boggles my mind how many don't.
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    • BinaryJay wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2019 10:17 am
      I would definitely want a touch screen on a Chromebook. Boggles my mind how many don't.
      This is what's holding me back on this one. Last week I picked up the Lenovo C330 for $249...but still not sure about my purchase as it's not FULL HD, but do like that it's touch and the 360 hinge. Not sure what's a better option in this price range :(
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    • randomroyalty wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2019 10:07 am
      Apparently it does have one (according to answered questions)
      It doesn't. Expand that answer and you'll see that others clarify that it's wrong. I also looked at external specs, and there's no SD slot of any kind.
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    • this post literally asks if a deal is hot or not. this is a question post not a hot deal post
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    • The C330 is mostly great man. I have one and you won't find anything better for the price.
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    • Slow Mediatek processor makes this a bad choice.
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    • flowerdealer wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2019 11:43 am
      The C330 is mostly great man. I have one and you won't find anything better for the price.
      I gave the C330 a shot based on its good reviews and I couldn't stand the thing. Performance was so-so at best, but the 720p 11" screen with the massive bezels was too much for me.

      I am giving the S330 a shot with the FHD screen this time as I don't need touch necessarily.
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    • I ordered the Lenovo S330 last night. I don't really know the different processors. Can anyone confirm that it is slower than other Chromebooks in that price range?
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    • I got the Acer from US Prime Day deal. N3160 is quad core. Overall, it's a decent everyday/travel/school laptop. Some tips after using the Acer for a few months....

      Pros:
      • Speedy for web surfing, youtube, doc/spreadsheet editing, light bash/Python scripting.
      • All aluminum casing, so somewhat durable + thin + lightweight.
      • Fantastic screen.
      • Very good keyboard/touchpad.
      • Excellent battery life.
      • Integrates well with Android ecosystem (using phone to unlock, chrome-cast etc)
      • Runs most apps from Google Playstore. Sometimes, I just pretend it's a giant Android Pad with a keyboard/touchpad instead of a touchscreen.
      • Don't need to install Linux (ChromeOS is Linux), just install the Terminal (beta) app. Very surprised to see people actually contribute to the package manager. Didn't expect to find X11 apps.
      • I have good luck running "Crossover" app - essentially a WINE front-end that runs Windows executables.
      Cons:
      • Charging port is non-standard plug and looks fragile.
      • Casing comes with a couple sharp edges on the bottom.
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    • The Destroyer wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2019 11:56 am
      I gave the C330 a shot based on its good reviews and I couldn't stand the thing. Performance was so-so at best, but the 720p 11" screen with the massive bezels was too much for me.

      I am giving the S330 a shot with the FHD screen this time as I don't need touch necessarily.
      Where did you get it on how much was it?
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